That's how much the CEO of Exxon made in 2005. As Think Progress reports:

Average Americans are struggling to keep up with persistently high gas prices, now approaching $3 a gallon. Testifying before Congress last November, Exxon CEO Lee Raymond blamed the problem on "global supply and demand" and assured the public that "we're all in this together."

Last year, Raymond made do with "a total compensation package" of just $69.7 million or $190,915 a day, including weekends.

And then he got a $400 million retirement package, "one of the most generous ... in history."